What's the best dialogue you've seen in a book that it's so good you wish you could read again for the first time?

  1. In Bedier’s translation of Tristan and Iseult: Tristan and Iseult are talking about the most beautiful places they can imagine, and they construct this fantasy of a castle that lays in perpetual twilight (which isn’t conventionally romantic, but the lovers could only meet then) with constant song and hundreds of candles in windows, but where they would never have to hide again, because no one would be able to enter to rip them apart.

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